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The Edyn system includes the Edyn Garden Sensor and the Edyn Water Valve. Both use Wi-Fi signals to help you monitor and care for your plants from afar. Click through for more details on this upcoming connected garden technology.

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The Edyn system is a Kickstarter project. Currently funded, devices are expected to ship to backers starting in the Spring of 2015.

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Place the Garden Sensor in the soil by your plant.

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The sensor will gather data on soil moisture, light, temperature, humidity, and soil nutrition.

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Those readings are sent to the cloud. You can see them and the resulting recommendations via Edyn's smartphone app.

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The Edyn Water Valve will use the information from the sensor to give your plants the exact amount of water that they need.

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It can connect and control any garden hose.

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You can reserve the Edyn Garden Sensor for a $100 contribution on Kickstarter. For $160, you'll get both the Garden Sensor and the Edyn Water Valve.

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